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The Mars Underground
The Mars Underground is a landmark documentary that brings to life, through the use of state-of-the-art 3D animation, the daring first human mission to the red planet and explores the challenges of surviving on Mars.
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Kenny R (de) wrote: Ordinary, nothing special, dull
Stephane C (us) wrote: Trs bonne interpr (C)tation de Sami Bouajila dans le rle d'Omar Raddad qui fait forc (C)ment r (C)fl (C)chir sur la justice et ses erreurs.
Hari M (it) wrote: Sanjay Sahu (Pawan Kalyan) is a happy-go-lucky type youth. Bhagyamati (Ileana) falls in love with him and Sanjay accepts her proposal after waiting for a while. Meanwhile, the men of Damodara Reddy (Mukesh Rishi) -a factionist operating from a jail - keep hunting for Sanjay Sahu. The rest of the story is all about why Damodar Reddy is after Sanjay and how Sanjay reacts to it. Pawan Kalyan: Pavan Kalyan is extremely energetic as Sanjay Sahu. He did fresh dialogue modulation to create good humor. Everybody had a doubt about Pawan Kalyan performing to the Trivikram's punches and I must say that Pawan Kalyan excelled in getting the Trivikram dialogues right. He did not mind uttering satire on his 'pulla kallu'. He also did fights really well. Pawan Kalyan is looking dashing in Che Guevera get-up during his naxalite days Mahesh Babu: Mahesh Babu should be commended for giving voiceover to the narration of the film. It is a very good gesture by Mahesh Babu and this kind of culture augurs well for the Telugu film industry. Mahesh Babu did it in his usual style with an undercurrent wit. Heroines: Ileana did the role of confused and dumb girl. She is alright. It is a passive role for such a vivacious actress like Ileana. Parvati Melton is sexy to the extent that she dominated Ileana in all the scenes where they were together. Kamalinee Mukherjee did a cameo and she is good. Actor Sivaji did a small role. Others: Brahmanandam will have you in splits again in the second half of this film for some time. Mukesh Rishi is very good as a villain with a different get-up. Prakash Raj is ok as the father of the heroine. Sunil is nice. Ali and Dharmavarapu are adequate. Story - screenplay - direction: The basic storyline of the film is wafer-thin. It is a love story of a reformed naxalite who is forced to confront a bad man. Trivikram excelled in dialogue department and penned many episodes catering to comedy segment. But as a script writer, he failed to do justice to the texture of the film. The film is pretty neat in terms of the comedy department. But he could not fix the narrative into any one particular genre. The screenplay should have been better. The director who made hero reveal about his downtrodden past and social commitment through the dialogues before interval could not match it with the characterization of hero in the second half. Trivikram did very good in technical aspects in terms of sets, camera angle etc. The following scenes are pretty impressive: 1. Pawan Kalyan antics while meeting Prakash Raj with proposal for twice. 2. Pawan Kalyan splitting milk with Brahmanandam 3. Pawan Kalyan giving 10 rupees note to Brahmanandam. (best comedy thread in the entire film) The following scenes seem to have got inspired by some other films 1. Mukesh Rishi calling off hero assassination at the last minute (Bill calling Elle Driver back when she is about to inject poison in the body of Uma Thurman) 2. Pawan Kalyan ? Prakash Raj jungle episode (Noman's land and Kabul Express) 3. Sivaji's food allergy (Hitch film) Dialogues are superb. Music by Devi Sri Prasad is very good. Background score is also nice. All the songs are picturized in an attractive manner. However, Jennifer Lopez song appears to have been inserted just for the sake of Parvati Melton. Jalsa title song is placed during the climax of the film instead of the beginning. Cinematography is very good. Editing is cool. Fights are composed well. Production values of the film are extravagant. First half of the film is packed with nice entertainment though there is no story. The second half should have been better. The plus points of the film are Pawan Kalyan, hilarious dialogues and rich technical values. The negative points are screenplay, naxalite element and excessive runtime. There is no justification to the title 'Jalsa'. On a whole, you may consider watching Jalsa for the comedy episodes in the film.
Bill S (fr) wrote: This cinematic boo boo basically has everything you don't want in a movie. It has poor special effects and is overall just an embarrassment to the movie industry. First of all Robin Tunney which was playing the character Annie. She was to be rescued at the stake of many many lives just for one girl and if this doesn't grind your gears enough they throw in the same dangling scene about a million times. The only difference is they slightly change the background and they change the people that are dangling. If there would've been one more single dangling scene i would've went insane. Besides for all of that it had just about one of the most predictable endings of all time. A blind priest could have predicted that horrid ending to an even more horrid movie. They didn't do very much character development so i wasn't even able to feel for the characters because they felt like strangers. Overall I strongly recomend that you never watch this movie. If you are forced to by a teacher youre better off just taking the zero for the assignment then suffering for this awful atrocity that Martin Campbell claims a movie.
Derek W (de) wrote: By the end, you'll wish they had just left a message.
Rosco B (kr) wrote: There doesn't appear to be a box next to this, but it's guaranteed to have a bad drawing on the cover. Maybe it's just so dreadful they can't bring themselves to print it. This is the kind of direct-to-video actioner I used to love to re-enact as a kid, pretending my mate's garden was a jungle in deepest 'Nam while toting plastic machine guns. In fact, the protagonist from this seems to have one of my "anything-proof vests" (bullet-proof was no use against grenades)which I came up with during one such melee. 'Strike Commando' (from Bruno Mattei) adheres to the time-honoured Italian Z-Grade tradition of ripping off (sometimes entire sequences) from any genre-compatible movie in shooting distance; most notably 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' and 'Missing In Action' here. Our hero may even kill more baddies than Stallone and Norris in the silly fight scenes: and at one point, he greets an enemy with the strangely cordial "Hi Charlie!" before ceremoniously bumping him off. Reb Brown starred in quite a few of these such movies, but this one is notable for a very amusing mano o mano fight scene with a bear-like Russian (those commies didn't half get around in the '80's) who repeatedly taunts him with the legend: "AMERICANSKI!" before engaging our brave commando in a headbutt battle. Sigh. Those were simpler times.
Kollin C (br) wrote: Often considered one of the worst films of all time, I must say I like Alone in the Dark. The action and effects are not bad and I am a fan of both Slater and Dorff but Reid is god awful in the film and really hurts the film.
Gary S (ag) wrote: Hammer House's first foray into the Quatermass universe. Actually still quite an eerie, chilling film. These days it is a fairly common event sending people into space. Back then it had not been done and outer space (even fairly close to Earth) was very much the great unknown.
Zac H (ca) wrote: A straight out hilarious comedy I just happened to watch in my black film class today. It's one of the funniest parody movies from the era of The Naked Gun and other great parody movies. It's got many funny comedians and has a great message for making fun of the stereotypes in Hollywood films. Townsend doesn't just do a great job as comedian actor, but a great comedic director as well.
Parker R (ca) wrote: The war scenery is undeniably convincing, but the cast feels sorely underdeveloped and the script is too watered down to attribute anything new to the war movie genre.
Tim C (ag) wrote: Very much trying to be some sort if Pulp post apoc Mad Max type thing. Mad Visuals but trife I clicked through it and decided not to waste my time.
Abby M (ru) wrote: While probably not the best musical in terms of skill in singing and dancing, Newsies is one of my favorite movies of all time because it brings you back to a world of nostalgia and charm from the 1990s when movies didn't have to be enhanced with CGI and special effects to win your heart.